Universities: What to Do about Berkeley

It may soon take a computer to catalogue all the books and reports, mainly by outsiders, about the crisis of the University of California at Berkeley in 1964-65. Last week an official committee of insiders from the Berkeley faculty published the most practical report yet. It is a candidly critical 228-page analysis of what makes Berkeley buzz and what must be done if professors are to "rediscover the youthful spirit" and reach those many students who are "dissatisfied with their own unmotivated existence."

The report, compiled after a ten-month study by nine professors...

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